After months in quarantine, families are invited back to the YMCA — and the beloved day camps have made their return. Here's what you need to know about this summer's day camp offerings.
From arts and crafts to animals on the farm, kids as young as age 3 can experience all the fun and enrichment opportunities that summer camp has to offer.
Whether it's a day, overnight or specialty camp, Metro Parent's advertising partners have options for every child to experience the best summer ever.
In a world of digital relationships, summer camps provide an increasingly important place for kids to connect face-to-face – plus sharpen some of life's soft skills.
Kids ages 6-17 can experience a variety of day and week-long camps at eight of the Huron-Clinton Metroparks this year.
High schoolers interested in camps that focus on engineering, technology, design, business, science and more: Look no further than Lawrence Tech.
Service-oriented summer experiences are becoming increasingly popular. What should parents know about getting their kids started with local community service camps?